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National Drug Facts Week teaching teens

January 28, 2014 Drug Fact No. 2: More teens die from prescription drugs than from heroin and cocaine combined (according to dosomething.org). National Drug Facts Week runs through Sunday. more »»

Old Brick apprentices promote tourism

January 28, 2014 During November and December, passersby in Elkins may have been surprised by a unique scene: a line of toy soldiers with giant candy canes marching toward the local Depo. more »»

Kids look forward to acting up at Old Brick

January 27, 2014 What better way to conquer cabin fever than delving into a world of imagination at the Old Brick Playhouse in Elkins? Take a break from subzero weather with visions of kings, queens, knights,... more »»

National Drug Facts Week starts today

January 27, 2014 Drug Fact No. 1: By the 8th grade, 29.5 percent of adolescents have consumed alcohol, 15.5 percent have smoked cigarettes, and 15 percent have used marijuana (according to dosomething.org). more »»

National Drug Facts Week begins Monday

January 25, 2014 ELKINS — Youth Health Service, Home Ties Strengthening Families Center, America’s Promise Coalition and area schools have teamed up to bring drug awareness to Randolph County children and teens. more »»

Protecting your pets during cold winter weather

January 25, 2014 The Randolph County Humane Society is advising all pet owners to bring their pets inside during this week’s extreme cold. more »»

D&E students to direct plays

January 25, 2014 ELKINS — As part of Davis & Elkins College’s unique three-week Winter Term, D&E Theatre students are directing three one-act play. more »»

Principals: Keep block scheduling

January 23, 2014 ELKINS — A delegation comprised of Randolph County high school principals asked members of the county Board of Education Monday to allow schools to continue offering modified block scheduling. more »»

27 D&E students complete requirements

January 22, 2014 ELKINS — Twenty-seven Davis & Elkins College students completed requirements to earn degrees at the conclusion of the fall semeste. more »»

Hartman to lead new work group

January 21, 2014 CHARLESTON — Delegate Bill Hartman, D-Randolph, has been chosen to help lead the creation of a new legislative work group that will foster small business growth in West Virginia. more »»

EHS grad pursuing pharmacy degree

January 21, 2014 The West Virginia University School of Pharmacy is urging people to establish a relationship with their pharmacists and speak with them about any medication questions they may have. more »»

Free tax services offered

January 21, 2014 The IRS plans Jan. 31 tax filing for 1040 filer. more »»

Valentine’s Day dinner planned in Beverly

January 20, 2014 The Beverly Heritage Center’s Valentine’s Day celebration, Heart of a Heritage, will be held Saturday evening, Feb. 8. more »»

People’s Law School returns Thursday

January 18, 2014 Judge Jaymie Godwin Wilfong, members of the Randolph County Bar and the Randolph County Commission are offering a free opportunity to learn about the law through the Fourth Annual People’s Law School. more »»

DMC offering new technology

January 18, 2014 Davis Memorial Hospital’s LightSpeed VCT with ASiR (Adaptive Statistical Iterative Reconstruction) will reduce the amount of radiation patients receive by 40 percent while also producing higher... more »»

Hospice Care launches Hearts for Hospice Care Campaign

January 18, 2014 Hospice Care Corp. is kicking off its fifth annual Hearts for Hospice Care fundraiser this week to increase awareness and raise money for patients who need hospice services. more »»

New teacher hired at HAS

January 17, 2014 Stacy Blanzy has joined the faculty of Highland Adventist School. Blanzy, a 2009 graduate of the school, will be the homeroom teacher for middle school students. more »»

 
 

 

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